Ryan Grussing, Vice President of Business Banking at Cornerstone Bank in Fargo, has been named Assistant Director for the Dakota School of Banking.
“I benefited greatly from the Dakota School of Banking curriculum and I’m grateful for all of the friendships and business relationships I was able to build during my time there as a student,” said Grussing. “I look forward to giving back to this great program.”
A native of Huron, SD, Grussing graduated from NDSU with a Bachelor’s Degree in business/finance. He has been in banking since 2008 and is a 2014 graduate of the Dakota School of Banking. Grussing has been a volunteer in a number of community organizations and a board member for Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest for four years, currently serving as the Board Chair. He resides in Hickson, ND, with his wife and their two daughters.
The Dakota School of Banking will be held June 18-23 at the University of Jamestown in Jamestown, ND.
Cornerstone Holding Company, based in North Dakota, is the parent company of Cornerstone Bank. One of North Dakota’s ten largest financial institutions, Cornerstone Holding Company is an $820 million financial institution. Cornerstone Bank has North Dakota locations in Bismarck, Dickinson, Fargo, Makoti, New Town, Parshall, Plaza, Watford City and a South Dakota location in Sioux Falls. There are Cornerstone Mortgage offices Grand Forks and Minot, North Dakota along with Aberdeen, South Dakota. Cornerstone Bank provides an expansive product offering while staying true to their mission of providing access to financial experts who give straight answers and the best possible financial options. Cornerstone’s offerings include business and personal loans, deposits and cash management services, online and mobile banking along with mortgage services.